Noctua NF-B9 Pro Reviews
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Noctua NF-B9 Reviews3
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|DragonSteelMods||5/5||Mar 04 '08|
|Overclockers Club||---||Jun 23 '08|
|XSreviews.co.uk||---||Feb 19 '08|
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"The NF-B9 is a great choice for those looking for great performance without the added noise that comes with high CFM fans."
"The NF-B9 is not as strong a performer as louder fans, but it's also not as quiet as a standard fan, and barely edges out in performance. I think the fan fails to deliver the required air pressure or airflow to be used in overclocked applications, but would be very much suited to cooling a stock clocked CPU, or as a case fan. I really would like to see Noctua start producing some higher speed fans using these types of blades, to see how the performance increases and how the noise levels compare to medium and high performance fans. All the Noctua fans I have tested so far have been extremely quiet even at 12V, rendering the adaptors almost useless as the difference in noise is overshadowed by the loss in performance. Having a higher speed to begin with should give a more wholesome range of performance ranging from silent to high cooling ability."
"There is simply not much to be said about the fan, apart from it does EXACTLY what you expect and that is pump a lot of air without the usual high dBA fanfare. The figures are awesome, and there arent any other competitors that I know of in the fan market at this CFM for their dBA level. Couple with the 3 pin to molex converter and provided anti-vibration pegs, and you have the perfect silent fan."